Attempting a Veto Override

Sep. 02, 2020 / Embed

PA State Rep. Jerry Knowles argues in favor of the House of Representatives overriding Governor Wolf's veto of HR 836 so that Pennsylvania businesses can reopen to a higher capacity.

Question of How Racial Data is Collected

Aug. 27, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jerry Knowles questions a testifier at the August 27, 2020 House Policy Committee meeting.

Rep. Knowles Commends Police

Aug. 27, 2020 / Embed

Citing difficult times, State Representative Jerry Knowles informs law enforcement officials present at a House Majority Policy Committee meeting on local law enforcement that their sacrifices and services are greatly appreciated.

Knowles Questions Advertising of Cyber-Charter Schools

Aug. 19, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jerry Knowles question Education Secretary Pedro Rivera during a joint House/Senate Education Committee meeting.

Reopening Schools Safely

Aug. 04, 2020 / Embed

Representative Knowles questions a panel of testifiers attending the August 4, 2020 House Education Committee concerning the safe reopening of public schools.

Knowles Questions Restaurant Capacities

Jul. 28, 2020 / Embed

Rep. Knowles questions a panel of testifiers concerning restaurant capacities for a reopening of Pennsylvania businesses.

Rep. Knowles Interviews David Krouse

May. 29, 2020 / Embed

State Rep. Jerry Knowles gives a COVID-19 update by interviewing David Crouse, Council President of Deer Lake Borough.

Giving Counties More Local Control

May. 14, 2020 / Embed

PA State Rep. Jerry Knowles argues for legislation to give greater control to counties to make local determinations in dealing with COVID.

We Can't Let These Small Businesses Disappear

May. 14, 2020 / Embed

Rep. Jerry Knowles speaks in support of HB 2459, a bill that will allow small business owners such as hair salons and barber shops to reopen.

Rep. Knowles Interviews Fred Herman of the Tilden Twp. Board of Supervisors

May. 13, 2020 / Embed

Rep Knowles inquires to Tilden Twp. Vice Chairman of Board of Supervisors as to what the township is doing to mitigate the COVID-19 virus.